|Online Student Handbook|
|The Online Student Handbook is intended to assist students and ensure that they successfully complete their online courses, whether it is for online courses, hybrid courses, or web enhanced courses.After reviewing the handbook, you should have a much better understanding of Peru State’s online requirements, policies and procedures, and processes. It supplements the College Catalog and the academic resources you may find on the College’s website.|
|Blackboard Login Information|
The link to Peru State’s Blackboard site is: http://perustatecollege.blackboard.com. A Blackboard icon is also located on the home page of the Peru State website.
USERNAME: Nebraska User ID (NUID), no dashes or spaces
PASSWORD: Two-digit month and two-digit day of your birth (ex: July 1st is 0701)
Student Websites & Log-in Information
Student Email Hosted by Google
Students are required to access their college-issued email regularly. Faculty and staff members will only utilize this email address when emailing student information. The link to student email login is: http://www.peru.edu/email/. A ‘student e-mail’ icon is also located on the home page of the Peru State website.
USERNAME: Student’s first name, period, student’s last name, and the first five digits of their NUID number (ex: John.Doe12345)
PASSWORD: Student’s entire, eight-digit NUID (ex: 12345678 or 00123456)
“MyPSC” is Peru State College’s online student services center. A student may update their information, add/drop courses, review grades and unofficial transcripts, and review billing information, among other things at this website: https://mypsc.nebraska.edu/.
A MyPSC icon is also located on the home page of the Peru State College website.
Students create a username and password during the application process. If you have any questions about logging into MyPSC, please email MyPSC@peru.edu.
We offer online library services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To login to EBSCO or other research data, go to the library webpage: http://www.peru.edu/library/. Enter your MyPSC username and password into the correct fields (login information is listed above, under MyPSC).
Additional information on how to use EBSCO and other research resources can be found here.
PowerPoint files can be particularly large, since they can include many graphics, videos, and/or sound bites. Therefore, it is important to either compress these files or save them as another file type before uploading to Blackboard.
Occasionally, students will be asked to provide video presentations. The course instructor will assist you with this process; however, this tutorial will provide additional assistance.
- Student’s Guide: How to Create YouTube Videos
Peru State wants to make the admissions process as simple as possible for you. If you have questions about your application or admission paperwork, email the Admissions Office at Admissions@peru.edu or call them, toll-free, at 1-800-742-4412, option 1.
The Business Office can assist students with tuition and fees, billing information, and payment plans. To contact them, you may call 402-872-2211 or by email at BusinessOffice@peru.edu.
Although the Peru State Graduate Programs are offered completely online, the
Graduate Programs Office can assist you with many of your inquiries. They assist students with enrollment, advising, and course rotation, among other things. They can be contacted directly by telephone at 402-872-2314 or by email at GraduatePrograms@peru.edu.
The Student Records Office, also known as the Registrar’s Office, assists students with
registration, checking grades, MyPSC, and requesting transcripts. You can contact them by telephone at 402-872-2226 or by email at StudentRecords@peru.edu.
Above is a link to the webpage which houses the college catalogs. You may download the catalog which has the dates when you began your course work at PSC. In most cases, you will be subject to the catalog requirements that were in effect when you began your program at Peru State College.